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Oct 8, 2018 NDNPlayers Research Group
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Updated rules, version 1.21
Topics: Potlatch, Coast Salish Peoples, Rules
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Mar 5, 2018 NDNPlayers Games
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Version 1.1
Topics: Potlatch, Coast Salish Peoples, Rules
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Feb 28, 2018 NDN Players Games
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Card List in English and Lushootseed.
Topics: Card List, Coast Salish, Lushootseed, English
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Feb 28, 2018 NDN Players Research Group
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Indigenous and Native American Gamer Tags for Research.
Topics: Gamer tags, Indigenous, Aboriginal, Native American, American Indian, Research, Gaming, Video...
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Feb 28, 2018 NDN Players Research Group
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1st Edition Game Rules
Topics: Potlatch, Coast Salish, Game, Rules
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Oct 31, 2017 Jeanette Bushnell, Jonathan Tomhave, Tylor Prather
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We borrowed words from Thurman Hester’s sharing of Choctaw language and pedagogy for our title, “How do you say watermelon?” The elder’s question exemplified Choctaws’ respectful teaching while encouraging the student to find and understand relationships. Similarly, this paper presents the position and process of postindian gamer by centralizing experience, ours and the readers’ as conveyed via story. Our story of postindian gamers grounds itself in our experiences playing and...
Topics: Post Indian Gamer, Academia, American Indians, Indigenous, Native Americans, Gaming, Research,...
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Oct 23, 2017 NDNPlayers Research Group
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n this special podcast, Gabriel de los Angeles (currently inactive because he's working on his dissertation and helping to raise his daughter) of NDNPlayers talks with David Austin Phelps of Transformative Games on games in the classroom and moving away from gamification to game adaptation of content.
Topics: NDNPlayers, gaming, sovereignty, research, Indigneous, American Indians, Native Americans, Academia
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Oct 23, 2017 NDNPlayers Research Group
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The NDNPlayers discuss how criminality is both fostered and perpetuated in games.
Topics: NDNPlayers, gaming, sovereignty, research, Indigneous, American Indians, Native Americans, Academia
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Oct 23, 2017 NDNPlayers Research Group
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On this Podcast the NDNPlayers discuss the fine and not so fine lines between race (not racism) in games and the gaming industry. Also, this podcast was recorded before any of the Players saw Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Topics: NDNPlayers, gaming, sovereignty, research, Indigneous, American Indians, Native Americans, Academia
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Oct 23, 2017 NDNPlayers Research Group
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The NDNPlayers discuss Zombies, Orcs, and Minecraft within the context games.
Topics: NDNPlayers, gaming, sovereignty, research, Indigneous, American Indians, Native Americans, Academia
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Oct 23, 2017 NDNPlayers Research Group
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The NDNPlayers debrief and discuss the 2015 North American Simulation and Gaming Association (NASAGA) Conference held in Seattle, WA.
Topics: NDNPlayers, gaming, sovereignty, research, Indigneous, American Indians, Native Americans, Academia
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Oct 23, 2017 NDNPlayers Research Group
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The NDNPlayers discusses and problematizes just who is, and who isn't represented in games
Topics: NDNPlayers, gaming, sovereignty, research, Indigneous, American Indians, Native Americans, Academia
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Oct 23, 2017 NDNPlayers Research Group
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The NDNPlayers questions and challenges the Westernized notion of winning in board games.
Topics: NDNPlayers, gaming, sovereignty, research, Indigneous, American Indians, Native Americans, Academia
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Oct 23, 2017 NDNPlayers Research Group
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Dr. Jeanette Bushnell, Dr. Jonathan S. Tomhave, Gabriel De Los Angeles, and Tylor Prather (The NDNPlayers) present at the 14th Annual Native Organization of Indigenous Scholars (NOIS) at the Intellectual House on University of Washington Main Campus, Seattle, WA on May 8th, 2015.
Topics: ndnplayers, gaming, sovereignty, research, Indigneous, American Indians, Native Americans, Academia